CROSSWORD No 51
1. The symbol for indium. Number of years. A third person singular pronoun.
2. Throw something somewhere lightly or casually. The language of ancient Rome.
3. East or Eastern. A glossy red, or occasionally yellow, pulpy edible fruit that is eaten as a vegetable or in salad. The fifth letter of the alphabet.
4. Metre(s). A long, hard surface built for vehicles to travel along. The symbol for americium.
5. Numerous. Whichever.
6. Small drops of water that form on the ground and other surfaces outdoors during the night. Greatest in amount or degree.
7. An abbreviation for information technology. A motor vehicle licensed to transport passengers in return for payment of a fare. The first person singular pronoun.
8. The nineteenth letter of the English alphabet. The opposite of closed. A consonant.
9. Cautions, attentions. In good order.
10. In operation. Gobbled. Extremely, very much.
1. Entry, record. A place or event at which people dance to pop music.
2. The chemical element nobelium. The past tense of meet. The form of the indefinite article used before words beginning with a vowel sound.
3. Dried stalks of grain, used especially as fodder. Conjunction used to connect different possibilities.
4. In or after a short time. The small spherical seed of the pod fruit Pisum sativum.
5. One. Expressing possibility. Examination.
6. Feeling pleasure or happiness. An adult human male. East.
7. Chew and swallow. Plural form of ox.
8. A preposition. To one side.
9. Exclamation used as an informal greeting, usually to people who you know. Social insect. Adverb used to emphasize an amount.
10. An armed adversary. A preposition.